Emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, automation, and blockchain are truly changing the way government agencies work. Agency operations are rapidly evolving to make the most of these technologies to help with law enforcement, emergency response, social services, healthcare, and even mundane tasks like applying for a drivers’ license. Come see the face of the future. These whitepapers and presentations cover specific topics in three general areas: Public Safety, Social Services and 21st Century Government.

Digital Transformation

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  • 3 Myths of the Cloud

    Multicloud architectures allow the freedom to mix vendors and choose the best-fit delivery models as business needs dictate, so you can do more with all your data, innovate with new technologies quickly and keep your business secure. Download Now

  • Digital Reinvention: Rethinking the business of government

    Digital reinvention also means that you can get started today, with smaller, manageable projects that will deliver results in a matter of months—not years. Digital reinvention mitigates risks through a series of iterations.IBM brings a new approach to transformation, with quicker ROI and lower risk,compared to traditional re-engineering. Download Now

  • IBV Report Obligation for Future Generations

    Every industry, including the industry of government, is facing digital disruption. Seventy-five percent of government leaders say traditional business models are not sustainable in the current environment. For many governments, it may take time to re-examine their role in society and re-imagine how to achieve sustained success. Download Now

Public Safety

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  • What a Difference Managing Your Digital Evidence Makes

    This compelling video illustrates how a modern digital investigation of a pharmacy robbery, powered by artificial intelligence, can reveal critical clues from all evidence data sources. Download Now

  • IBM Intelligent Operations Center for Emergency Management

    Emergency response time is equally critical, regardless of the size or scope of the emergency, whether it’s a localized incident or statewide catastrophe. Limited resources and lack of integration can cause problems, so officials should deploy systems that can support the multiple phases of response. Download Now

  • Making Critical Decisions with All Available Data

    The first few hours of a law enforcement investigation are critical. Leads are fresh and the perpetrator is still nearby. That is also when investigators are deluged with information—evidence, interviews, leads, camera film, data from social media. Sorting through all this can be the answer to a swift resolution. That’s where law enforcement can bring artificial intelligence to bear to help close cases more quickly. Download Now

Social Services

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  • Addressing Social Determinants and Their Impact on Healthcare

    Only by conducting a deep examination of the social factors that affect healthcare can the organizations charged with delivering that care arrive at an effective and optimal process. There are myriad benefits associated with a taking this type of holistic approach. One of the ways to arrive at this more intelligent approach to providing healthcare is to take a hard look at all the factors and considerations. Download Now

  • Citizen-Centred Service Delivery

    Citizens requiring government services often don’t have the time or even the ability to go seeking out individual services from individual agencies. They’re often forced to fill out the same information on similar forms over and over again. The duplication across various levels of government organizations adds cost and complexity to the process, and often prevents citizens from getting what they need. Download Now

  • Transform Your Health and Social Program Paradigm

    Frequently, underfunded and overburdened social services programs operate on similarly underfunded and overburdened information systems. One agency might use one system, while another uses a different incompatible system. All pertinent social program information must be presented in a single aggregated view. Only then can social service caseworkers use automated tools to arrive at actionable insights for each case. Download Now